What exactly is digital art?
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Introduction: Digital Art is a transition from traditional media such as painting on canvas or on paper to creating an image, photo, etc., digitally using a computer monitor. While traditional art is a creative process, digital art is a technology that can be easily manipulated and modified by anyone to create artwork.
Digital art can be superimposed on top of traditional artwork in many different ways to make the combination more interesting. …
The rise of digital technology has given an entirely new meaning to what art is, and how it can be experienced. What was once regarded as a luxury for the wealthy, has today become accessible for the masses who are now playing a part in shaping it.
Art and AI technology are the driving forces behind this transformation. These two elements combine to create works of art that interact with people in real-time, and use principles of design that allow others to explore their creativity through play.
As technology gets smarter, it can help us get smarter. Artificial intelligence is…
This article is a good reminder to those artists who are feeling discouraged from the lack of funds or recognition for their work. It's easy to get caught up in the idea that you have not found your true calling in life, but this is not always the case. If we work hard enough and we're open enough about our ideas, there will be people out there thirsty for them just as much as you want to create them.
I enjoyed reading your story @Youssef Ashraf, thank you
They arrived at the museum under the pretense of earning some credits for art classes in college, but they actually came to try convincing themselves that they were not like the kids who were driving around with their iPhones and texting their friends about who looked worse in this outfit or that outfit. The three friends were going to go off camera in front of the student gallery with their macbooks under one arm and a DSLR camera in the other to take pictures and then make them into digital art pieces for their school’s art portfolio. They were going…
morality in the age of AI ? It is simply a matter of software development. My point is that as AI algorithms become more and more human-like, we will believe that human beings are emotional, empathetic, expressive creatures. This doesn't mean that human beings cease to be people. Rather, their behavior will be recognized as driven by emotions, rather than being explained away in some other way.
From a biological point of view, human emotions are simply bodies obeying the genetic code.